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In art, there are probably fewer problems than in other disciplines due to
the sheer nature of the stuff we do. (stuff we do--now that was real
intellectual)If you or anyone needs some "supplemental" paperwork, let me
know and I'll try to retrieve my files. At worst, we actually have an ESOL
teacher at my H.S. who works with these kids and targets their problems.
I'm sure this is a problem for selected states while others would have very
few. By that, I mean, for instance that California, Texas and Florida have
such a large immigration population that in some schools there is a
significant population of ESOL students, while other states wouldn't have
nearly as many. I am open to be very wrong, just an observation. I've
rambled. Let me know if I can help anyone. I've found this list to be very
informative to me already. Hope to help back.
Art teacher, Florida's Space Coast (where it's HOT.)